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N3 Living Limited V Burgess Property Investments Limited  EWHC 1711 (Ch) Maurice Rifat, acting on behalf of the vendor, was successful on the hearing of this vendor/purchaser summons pursuant to section 49 of the Law of Property Act 1925, in which Mr Justice Morgan confirmed the correct method by which good title in registered
Regular readers will know that we at 1 Chancery Lane are always on the lookout for new ways of getting fit. And so it was that we read with interest that a certain national firm of solicitors planned to introduce twerking classes by Zoom. Alas, no sooner had we donned the 1CL branded spandex in
We had an excellent turnout for our London Legal Support Trust Great Legal Quiz last night. It was a closely fought battle, but winning team Collier’s Nemesis pipped its closest rivals to the post with their last minute Joker round. The London Legal Support Trust funds law centres and pro bono agencies in and around
In yesterday’s webinar, Richard Cherry and Zachary Bredemear discussed Gas Safety Certificates, Section 21 Notices and Statutory Interpretation. Richard Cherry spoke about the Court of Appeal’s recent decision in Trecarrell House v Rouncefield. Richard appeared for the Respondent, instructed by Arfan Bhatti of Oliver Fisher Solicitors. Zachary Bredemear spoke about statutory interpretation. If you missed
Sarah Prager and Andrew Spencer consider whether X v Kuoni is still good law in the light of the new Regulations and the subsequent decisions in Morrison Supermarkets v various Claimants, Barclays Bank Plc v various Claimants, and Haringey Borough Council v FZO? They debate the ongoing controversy arising from the decision. View the slides here – X
This article has been written by Matthew Ford of BLM, and Sarah Prager and Richard Collier of 1 Chancery Lane. What are the potential difficulties tour operators might face if there is further disruption to holidays as a result of a second spike in COVID-19 infections? As we write, the country – indeed the world
A Forum of Insurance Lawyers (FOIL) virtual roundtable with 1 Chancery Lane and Tomorrow’s FOIL Questions for discussion will include: What is the business interruption insurance and what are the standard policy wordings? What are the unique challenges presented by the Covid-19 pandemic? What is on the horizon for BI claims in light of Covid-19?
The up and down life of (semi) lockdown rumbles on. If you want a break from slack chats, remote court hearings and virtual quiz nights for a few moments, we have another 1CL Medical Law briefing for you. Ella Davis looks at the approach taken by courts where the Defendant’s breach creates a lacuna in
As we move out of the acute phase of lockdown’s impact on personal injury litigation (the almost overnight transition to remote working and mass adjournments) and start to adjust to new working practices that are likely to be with us for some months, it is worth considering what the future holds in the longer term.
This week has been a mixed bag for the travel industry. Virgin Atlantic appears to be sliding towards insolvency, BA has announced that it will make a quarter of its staff redundant, and EasyJet’s GDPR woes aren’t going away. On the other hand, air bridges to Spain, France and Italy are expected to open up